BenQ to unveil new projection technology at ISE 2016

BenQ to unveil new projection technology at ISE 2016
BenQ to unveil new projection technology at ISE 2016

Projector specialist BenQ has revealed that it will be demonstrating a range of innovative and advanced projection technology solutions at ISE 2016 in Amsterdam between 9 and 12 February.

As part of their display, BenQ will demonstrate a range of brand new projectors created for a variety of applications, including the W11000 4K UHD home cinema projector, which is set to become the company’s new flagship home theatre offering.

Similarly, BenQ will also use ISE 2016 to introduce the new W8000, which is the brand’s latest addition to its home entertainment series. With a focus on creating clear and flawless colour, the W8000 has been “painstakingly” engineered to deliver a true at-home cinema experience, while providing a choice of five lenses to ensure its fits into any home.

Moving away from the home cinema market, BenQ has announced the launch of the PX9710 projector at ISE 2016, which has been developed specifically for use in large venues and provides XGA resolution at a brightness of 7,700 lumens.

As well as the option of multiple lenses and colour wheels, the PX9710 also features HDBaseT connectivity, which allows users to combine video, audio and device control from multiple devices into a single connection, rendering the projector one of the most capable on the market.

Commenting on the brand’s appearance at the show, Pete Wang, President of BenQ Europe, stated that the company is “excited” to have the opportunity to share a range of their latest innovations at ISE 2016, including display hardware, projection technology, software engineering and vertical integration.

He added: “What we’ll show are the results of our focus on brilliant quality and design, enabling our partners to provide the exact solution for each customer and to install wondrous visual displays in more places than ever before.”

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